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: production on government land is down 14%. obama: what usa is not true. romney: it is absolutely true. neil: all right, that was a heated exchange over whether the president has been mr. possessing himself saying he is allowed more drilling and the surge of energy supplies on federal land, which in this case governor romney said it is not the case. as you can see they each got into each other space. wilbur ross big on all things energy, what did you make of that exchange? >> i think first of all the facts show mr. romney was correct and the president was not correct. neil: so when we see more drilling it is on private land. we are searching for less. >> they're drilling wells, this is the weird thing for revelatory body to determine. neil: the president was saying we were in a recession four years ago. >> is a recession isn't what put gas prices down any more than the man on the moon, gas prices were down for a whole different reason and up for a whole different reason. refineries in america have been forced to close because of the epa. being sold, private equity groups are taking very chea
. >> neil: finally the president focusing on the $16 trillion debt, one problem, he's not our president. this president. i'm neil cavuto and ahead of the final foreign policy debate, fox on top of the nut cracking a number and maybe he has our number. iran's president questioning how long america can remain the world's number one power, with such massive debt. so, if he is getting it and reminding the world about it, what are we going to do about it? is it time to start worrying about a real financial national security threat? we have dagen mcdowell, moving a few inches away... >> no, not true. >> neil: we have ben stein. >> i'm happy to see dagen. >> neil: the next 30 minutes, our free be to you and welcome to all. ben stein, on the guy i like to call, lord faulteroy. >> he's nutty as a fruit cake but he's right, our national debt is so large it is a national security threat and the reason is, one, it makes us look stupid and impotent and as if we can't control our investing and at some point will require us to cut or defense spending, we have to pull ourselves together an act like sta
dowell, moving a few inches away... >> no, not true. >> neil: we have ben stein. >> i'm happy to see dagen. >> neil: the next 30 minutes, our free be to you and welcome to all. ben stein, on the guy i like to call, lord faulteroy. >> he's nutty as a fruit cake but he's right, our national debt is so large it is a national security threat and the reason is, one, it makes us look stupid and impotent and as if we can't control our investing and at some point will require us to cut or defense spending, we have to pull ourselves together an act like statesmen about it. it has gone on way too long, it is ridiculous. >> neil: dagen, he's trying to deflect and, look who is judging us kind of deal and say look at these clowns, right? >> two an extent, but, if we don't heed this warning, i don't know what it will take. because as a nation, i don't think -- i've said all along, i don't think that until americans feel really pain in some way, whether it is significantly higher interest rates or double-digit inflation which we had in the 1970s and 1980s we'll decide to do something about this. i don't
from new york. neil: ladies and gents, did you feel that? don't look now, but his campaign has just been enhanced. welcome, everybody. i'm neil cavuto. that was fast. the day after the debate, it is the president who is on defense. critics who say he has lost his fight in that his own supporters to my he was the election. ninety minutes of merciless pounding a chance of an otherwise very amenable mormon will do that. game not over. obama reelection not done. and mitt romney not toast. weeks to go. came on. a wall street that had dismissed his chances now saying all bets off. good for the challenger, not so good for a president that many argue looked more like a chump after the debate, now suddenly no debate. the president's. >> the people out there who are working every day you're not getting a tax cut, and you want to give them more. stock like you want to close the loopholes. you just want to add an additional tax cut over the loopholes, and that is a problem. neil: that was then. four years later clearly not as energized now. >> let's talk about taxes because i think it is instru
it's not only a recession, but a severe recession, and as you and i talked about before, neil, i'm concerned about another downgrade on our debt. we need to continue to borrow money no matter how you slice this fiscal cliff, neil, it's horrendous for the future of the nation and for mr. obama, during a campaign stop to see he'd veto legislation like this, it's just showing he has no concept how economics work, neil. neil: there's a lot of media attention today. it was not a fox alert to me in this sense craig that it's not new. he always said this would be his fiscal holy grail and would not extend the tax rates, lower tax rates for the rich for another year when he did so back in 2010, it was with an understanding it wouldn't be for so long, and the time has come for them to go up. is he just getting in a tough early negotiating point or do you fear something worse? >> i hope it's not for that reason, neil, for negotiation purposes because keep in mind when he went at it with john boehner and cantor back in summer of 2011 for raising the debt ceiling, if you believe what bob woo
neil: forget the hurricane barreling down named sandy, but worry more about economic news that seem to be far from dandy. i'm neil cavuto. ahead of the storm, the surge in gdp ain't exactly sunshine. better than expected, weaker than it should be. when you figure government spending accounted for a good chunk, you have to wonder if things are really looking up, not when business investment skids 1.3% in the same quarter and scores of companies were making clear they are not investing much more this quarter. many are worried about next year battening down the hatches laying off thousands of workers for what could be the perfect economic storm. we're in for nasty weather. to me sis is a francis on just how nasty. what do you think? >> business spending on fixed expenses, fixed costs down 1.3%. they are not willing to buy buildings, take on higher represent, not buying computers or equipment because they don't believe the demand is coming. they are not making any bigger investment. that's what we need to lift the economy is that investment, and the fact it's declining? wow, that's real
. neil cavuto is remaining up next. see you tomorrow on the fox report at 7:00 eastern and on later the coverage of the big debate. good to have you this afternoon. neil cavuto is coming up. hang on. >>neil: here we are in hempstead, new york, hofstra university. i was born not too far from here. would need as presidential debate to put that in perspective? things have changed in 20-some odd years since then. it is very good do have you, a big debate, the moment that president obama is going to have to respond. as a guest told me, this may not be the venue to do that. we will explore that with john sununu in a minute. this is spin alley, the biggest spin room i have ever seen. this is bigger, bigger, i think, than denver and bigger than kentucky where you could have held a reunion in a closest. this is big. what will happen, this room will fill up and you know what they do, they come in on both sides to tell you how little they expect of their respective candidates, president obama is tired, mitt romney, it is impossible to put up the performance he did last time, so lower the expec
ahead of the debate and who is up now, neil cavuto is here in boca raton with new coverage on that. >>neil: thank you very much, there is a debate tonight. you her it here first. this is the last of the four debates, the third of the presidential debates, fittingly in the state of florida where the 29 electoral votes are tempting, a debate that will focus on foreign policy. but do not be surprised if economic policy serves into the discussion. i am talking about governor scott of this fine state. and providing good weather, too. >> all about jobs, you have to win florida, governor romney will seal the deal tonight. >>neil: you think he should bring up the economy? >>guest: it is like my race in 2010. it is all about jobs. what we have done, they need to do federally, is cut taxes and reduce regulation. the right foreign policy is to have a good economic policy. i have done six trade missions around the globe, got another coming up, but it will all be jobs. >>neil: you talk about the improvement in florida and unemployment was over 10 percent, and you have knocked two full percentag
. >> that is it for us, special live coverage of that debate is next, good night from new york. >> here is neil cavuto. neil: get ready for rumble in hofstra but it is close to a rematch with barack obama and mitt romney, from a forum that will be a desperate move on the part of the president to make things right from what turned so wrong about two weeks ago. this is the scene at long island hofstra university, a forum you will have 82 average americans, presumably all undecided. i don't know how they prove that. i have no idea, but they are in there they are undecided. they all submitted their questions to the even mad rate -- moderator, candy crowley who caused a dust up not long ago, saying she had the liberty to ask other questions beyond what were coming out of the questioners, after they are submitted if she wants clarification, she is free to do that causing angst. i wanted to some clarification, candy was not moving off the reservation, turns out all sides agree she could clarify but she is not supposed to re-ask or go into a new area, hopefully all egoes were assuaged and we could move on. th
report," take a look at the dow, down 239 and the man would has much more on that, neil cavuto. and "your world." >>neil: forget who won the debate last night, that is a warn, did the corner of wall and broad say we could be falling off a cliff? welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto. we told you to watch your boss. your boss is bummed and now we know why. stocks not only are down, but down a lot, moving down 240 points on fears of what starts a trickle has now become potentially a terrifying friend. companies that just ain't cutting it, and, now, they are cutting workers and screaming, you ain't seen the half of it with dupont reporting disappointing earnings and possibly 1,500 job cuts and 3m, earnings that fell shy and worstening european market. same for xerox, tightening restructuring charge of up to $100 million on the same globaller fews. radio shack, out with bigger than expected third quarter loss igniting fears consumers are retrenching. do you see a pattern? united technologies. ibm. fedex. mcdonald's. all announcing big dollar problems and bracing wall street what could be the mo
the very rich, rich, rich did not earn quite enough. so, i don't know, neil cavuto will explain it. >>neil: 25 years, defy years after the crash, a preview of coming attractions? a quarter century after a big market found to be the on a house of cards wondering whether jokers in washington stacked the deck if a bigger crunch today in welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto and 25 years ago this day, it was as if the bottom of capitalism fell out. the dow lost a quarter of its value in one day. that would be like the dow tumbling 3,000 points today. a sell off so fast and so furious that even the most mighty financial firms could not escape although many of the same firms with their fancy computers and their clever "sell" againsts thought they could. in the end, they could not. there was a lot unrest in europe, and growing worries over building deficits here, back then. it does sound similar to today, but, first, as i saw it then, as a much younger and thinner reporter for pbs, assessing the crash the experts said could not happens but did. >> to the end the analysts are refusing to men
night from new york. neil: welcome. this is the scene in the room spinally, it is a room, i am neil cavuto it is very good to have you with us, in this room, behind me, you caesa see the ses for both parties and candidates, paul ryan who'll be referred to as mr. rubi mr. ryan already har people in place, they come in reminding reporters, their candicandidate is not up to snu. do not expect much. paul ryan's people have been saying he younger, a lot less experienced, joe biden has been around forest e. and elected to senate whennpaul ryan of all of 3 years old, and biden comes back saying that paul ryan has been right in the heat, well steeped in this give and take. he has the edge over the vice president, then, when all said and done, both guys are considered by their guys to be little bit brilliant. that is amazing, that ascends over the stan standard of find e minutes. a man who knows these debates well, could be, majority leader. of course, mitch mcconnell here in the spin room, not many spinmeisters here. but i guess there will be. >> correct t welcome to kentuck. neil: a beauti
if it decides to turn around. >>neil: that was then. you don't think it can happen now? i'm not so sure. times change but repeating the same mistakes never change like putting faith in fancy computers and technology to cushion the blow. in 1987 it was portfolio insurance, that protected traders from losses that only ended up accelerating the losses. that was then. a fraction of the market mechanisms that fancy computers that claim to provide the same efficiencies and guarantees now, and we all have these things, complex trading swaps and it was germany fighting the fed back then, and today, it is all of europe, fighting, well, themselves. and the debt barely a worry creating millions of jobs under ronald reagan but growing concern about a congress that was spending all that extra tax revenue coming in. and then some. like scandal, something called iran contra and now benghazi right now. there are big differences between 1987 and now. this is less of me than, a lot more of that debt now. back then, china was a rising star. now we are the ones looking like a shooting star. back then, we got off
record at 7:00 eastern. >>neil: go to be back because "bird" is the word and for the president big bird is big news. hold on to your seat we are ready to ruffle more than a few feathers. welcome,en, i am neil cavuto and fox is on top of a president obsessed with a bird. >> for all you moms and kids, don't worry, somebody is finally cracking down on big bird. >> we didn't know that big bird was driving the federal deficit. >> big bird. >> big bird. >> thank goodness someone is getting tough on big bird. >> it is about time. >>neil: big bird is a big joke after mitt romney said he would cut funding to pbs rather than borrow money from china. the obama campaign is take on the governor romney that has the folks at "sesame street" stewing. >> one man has the guts to spoke his name. >> big bird. >> big bird. >> big bird. big. yellow. a menace to the economy. mitt romney knows it is not wall street you have to worry about, it's "sesame street." >>neil: i want that defy to voice my ad. with the debt mounting even big bird is getting nervous. >> look at this. don't worry, don't worry, everyone i
will take care of that is next with neil cavuto right now in "your world." >>neil: we owe. let's go. tell us he we will pay. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto. i will make a point here. ahead of the big debate the winner will be the guy who makes the best case if getting us out the debt it is true. there is nothing safe about the $16 trillion we owe. it cuts to the core of what as a country can do. if you are the guy who is president or the guy who wants to be president, you owe us a plan. a strategy for digging out by first explaining how choking this debt is. how it strangles our growth and removes our spending options. how it makes a mockery of investing since we have no money for investing. how it makes us a joke to the world and increasingly a ricky bet to investors. how it is a bipartisan mess. you, candidate for president, have a bipartisan solution. i'm telling you, the candidate would acknowledges the debt el fan in the room will win the night. first, by recognizing the elephant in the room and second by risking wrap of the pundits because he acknowledged the elephant in the room
. good night from new york. neil: after the debate, could someone, anyone, give these guys a clue? not a word about our fast sinking ship. december 31, it all comes crashing down. all of those bush tax cuts that expire, all of those automatic spending cuts, one was too busy smiling like he was trying to close a deal on a used chevy, and the other frantically writing notes -- i have no idea what that was about. another debate leaves me with no debate here. forget who won and lost. i think ultimately we all are worse off. welcome, everybody come i am neil cavuto. we just found out today that we have another trillion dollar deficit the fourth year running. it could've been worse. we also found out that the federal government bailout program in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis was $24 billion. alas, that is down from $32 billion. by my count on both counts, we are still down for the count. crazy me. i want a lot of answers to all of these loony financial questions. how will we avoid this looming train looming train wreck? what we do to ease ourselves ck from this financial cliff?
and 4:00 in the west. the 401(k) was pretty good up about 78 points. now neil cavuto with that and more. >>neil: maybe mitt is it. don't take the republican nominee's word for it, or all his spin room surrogates pushing it, post the big debate, liberals speechless. >> president obama wanted a conversation. it takes two people to have a conversation. mitt romney came out with a chain saw. >> after practices more than any candidate he delivered. >> he did not expect romney to hold that heat and romney was able to out obama, obama. >> mitt romney wins preparation and style. >>neil: something here is going on the last 24 hours because don't look now, but this just in: do not resuscitate. the patient is fine. suddenly, out of nowhere, the mormon is stormin'. >> welcome, everyone, i ambassador neil cavuto and this is what a roaring romney sounded like. >> trickle down government is where the president will raise taxes on small business which kills jobs. i want to keep taxes down on small business so we can create jobs. this is about good jobs for the american people. >>neil: he swings, slams,
neil: covering these debates in the spin room one thing that i do is i watched crowds gather around. when john mccain shows up the throng rushes to him. he is the surrogate they tried to get the candidate views out there. you could be watching us right now. a presidential candidate is with me. >> twice in one day? and that means nobody else can come on your show. >> is an honor. i think mitt romney botched a lot. not miserably but 1/2 fined two benghazi? once again disappeared. the drones? the perfect opportunity to say not only do i support them but mr. president a drone was videotaping every single second building up in benghazi you did nothing. iran, al qaeda, what was going on? >> i think he gave a strong performance. the cheap shots it is not presidential to accuse people not to know about the aircraft carriers. neil: they were big in their day. >> but first who came up with the line of sequestration to have the smallest navy sends 14 and army and air force? the secretary of defense said that. neil: golden moment lost. >> when the president made fun of matte romney. the preside
will keep looking. thank you for being with us. good night from new york. neil: when brokers get the skinny on fat cats, fat chancee3 they will be paying up from barack obama the slowdown. welcome, everybody. i am neil cavuto. if money talks, i think the financial issues can take a walk. goldman sachs is doing the opposite of what it did four years ago. i'm putting its money on hope and change in 2008, despairing no money to make a big change in 2012. this race would be putting in the financial crowd than the president of the united states, "the wall street journal" reports $136,000. that is down for more than a million dollars years ago. a lot of these guys don't like it and it's a big reason. it is far from the only reason. talk of a white house that doesn't like them and often vilified them. it's not helping matters any. wall street has a single digit answer. talk about a somatic turn of events. the very day that we learned of the 18-point event is done as well. four weeks of the day, americans go and vote. it is like there is this big financial that going on all abroad. we have charlie
his tap dancing shoes repaired. >> and that is it for us, good night from new york. neil: the casino magnet takes no prisoner, tonight, fallout from a mogul who said he had enough. welcome i am neil cavuto, steve wynn is never one to hold up, but i don't think this casino king pin gambled on the response he got from this on a nevada political program, wynn erupts on president obama. >> i'll be damned if i want him to lecture me about small business and jobs. i'm a job creator, guys like me are job creators, we don like having a bulls -- we don't like having a bullseye painted on our back. i created about 250,000 direct and indirect jobs accords to state of nevada, that is one of the numbers 2 50,000, that is 250,000 more than this president. neil: he is just warming up. >> president tried to put himself between me and my employees with class warfare, by calling a group that makes money billionaires and millionaires who don't pay there are share, gave 120% of my salary and bonus away last year to charities, as i do most years, i can't stand the idea of being demagogue that is being pu
. neil: you are right about that, i don't care what you thought about th the debate, was it cany crowley's role to play fact checker as well at the debate. and why was she not compelled to check on the tax cut math. why not question the president's budget record, as it stands. does not add up. that is what does not add up. picking and choosing when you as a mad rate or -- moderator, wants to be fair. she is parsinginge is mant tickh a happily nodding president going along with it. there is a big difference, look, i am not here to defend one candidate over the other, but the clear difference given to the president, i like candy crowley by the way, opened a up unprecedented can of warms, for the first time fact checking the that willer and get -- challenger and getting it wrong, and interrupting the charler challenger and never getting it right. the treatment each candidate received. whether it was fair not close. i'm telling you, they pull a candy in both amitt romney has every reason to go loco. let me be clear. i think this debate was close regardless, president gets good grades if for
's is neil cavuto. neil: welcome, everybody, from the university of denver where we're now less than an hour away from the first of four big debates this year. this could be the most defining one, though, a chance for mitt romney to reverse what's been a slide in the polls, but not a horrible one. the fact of the matter is that week over week, a lot of these big swing states narrowed considerably, and the popular vote is virtually even nationally. this will be all about the economy. this will be about debt. this will be about health care. this will be about all issues domestic. libya will not come up. syria and some of the increased fighting there, foreign affairs, will not come up. no doubt, mitt romney will try to work that into the theme of whether we continue to pour good money after bad in the region, that's debatable. it could be created, but likely not happening tonight. the focus on that debt, on the economy, which mitt romney is saying is going to hell in a hand basket, and obama forces say, it's a nicer hand basket than it was. we have no idea how they sell the argument. we
they are worried. they want to see us win. neil: all right. that stops? >> that stops, and also independents who are worried out there, want to make certain the governor can do it, they saw a man prepared to be president. this will turn things. in fairness, the polls were coming our way. neil: we shall see. very nicely for you to stop by. appreciate it. you know, if you rook at what's going on here, liken it to a prize fight where the champion, you know, is meeting the challenger, the champion tends to be favored. he is the incumbent president in this case, but he's never been really significantly challenged, and, you know, he has not had a real need for a tune-up fight in four years, app along comes a guy who wants to take him on and pelt him with blows. now, the champion either survives that, and in a full 12 or 15 rounds, if it goes the distance, even if it's close, the default is still to the champion, and the president's people say, well, it went the distance, it was a good debate, there were no knock down blows so the default still goes to the president. now, the romney fo
the election, we'll see you tomorrow night, good night from new york. neil: 30 days out, barack obama, do you know where your bump is? welcome i am neil cavuto. is it me or is president becoming the rodney dangerfield of polling? no matter his better performances in last two debates, he is not getting any respect at the polls or any more support. he is worse, tracking poll still by and large favoring his opponent, and scores in swing states more so now. what is really going to now? i think and i stress i think, it could be the residuals of the first debate in which the president did not do well. the fact that mitt romney did from that moment on looked every bit as competent and personable as the president. something is going on. i suspect it has more to do what is not going on with in companies. kimberly-clark, saying it will belaying off workers, and ratchetting down estimates, does this ring a bell? this is looks like a tidalwave, i am not saying it is irreversible for the president. but here is not a lot of time for this president. try as he might, he has his debate points down, but it is
and i will have a full report. here for shepard smith today and neil cavuto starts right now. >>neil: on the verge of falling off a cliff not any word on avoiding a certain crash. all the bush rate going, all the automatic spending cuts coming and the real immediate threat no one is discussing: december 31, this is no laughing matter, we smirk, you decide. if both sides keep kissing off this issue, kiss this economy goodbye. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto, downgrade, anyone? stock market crash, anyone? a recession, anyone? don't laugh, to hear even the most optimistic economist tell it, if we don't do something at the end of the year there goes any hope of a sustained recovery. don't just take my word for it but take your boss' word, a third of manufacturers will put off hiring because of it and 83 percent see a stalemate if their business if washington does nothing. now, my guest has a message for washington. get off your ass and do it. it is amazing, jim, they are whistling past the graveyard. they are not even doing that. they are not saying anything about it. >>guest: this i
, y know that is ancient history. what do you say? >> good afternoon, neil. great to be with u. let me try to giveontext i was president ofbb&t during that correction. it i important to understand exactly what happened bause the coection didn't happen on a short-term thing. it happened on a long-term phenomenon.% started with johnson bacin the '60s when he wanted a war on poverty and vietnam war anand didn't want toax peopleo do that, so the feds started printing money. at continued in 1970s that resulted in massive inflation. the fed had to correct the mess it made. raised the prime rate to 81%. that created severe economic correction and fall in the market. in a way it was short and eaand government didn't do anything. we staed on real solid and real growth. alan greenspan who was the new head of t fed really arbitrary decided real growth was a bad thing e misconstrued andhoht it was inflation. he started arbitrarily raising interest rates. neil: just to explain you're an enencycloped for people who hadn't be older as we are. ronald reagan was president and point often misd in histor
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